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Theater review

Maybe it’s time to ground aging ‘Boeing’

Heather-Liz Copps; Lori Porter, seated; Alex Jones, kneeling; and Jason Biszick star in Albany Civic Theater’s production of “Boeing Boeing.” (Tom Killips)
Heather-Liz Copps; Lori Porter, seated; Alex Jones, kneeling; and Jason Biszick star in Albany Civic Theater’s production of “Boeing Boeing.” (Tom Killips)
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Theater journals and annuals state that French playwright Marc Camoletti’s farce “Boeing Boeing” has been thrilling and entertaining audiences since it first was staged in 1962. In addition to running for thousands of performances during its initial London run, the silly story of a randy Frenchman trying to keep his three air hostess girlfriends from meeting each other has played in theaters all over the world. Japan, Java, the Costa Brava, apparently no place on ...

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